Archives for September 2014

Peninsula Salt Water Sport Fisherman Weekly

Fall fishing is in full swing now. Good numbers of nice spot are being caught throughout the lower bay and inside the inlets. The mouth of the Piankatank River, the York River, inside Rudee Inlet, the MMBT and the HRBT have are some of the spot hot spots. Some nice croaker are being caught. Pigfish …

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Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

Wind, wind, and more wind seems to be the only consistent report over the past few weeks, with little indication it will change anytime soon. But as we embrace the official start of fall this week, the cooler air and water temperatures mark the transformation to the cold water fishing season. Cobia are still a …

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Outer Banks Fishing Update

In recent days anglers from Duck to Nags Head have been finding slot and larger red drum along the northern beaches. Most are being caught using shrimp and cut bait fished on the bottom. Some taylor bluefish, spot, croaker and sea mullet are mixed into the surf catch. Anglers fishing from the little bridge on …

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Peninsula Salt Water Sport Fisherman Weekly

The main fishing news this week is the wind. Persistently windy weather has made it difficult to find days to fish. Inside the inlets and in other protected areas, spot, puppy drum and speckled trout are being caught. There have been some flounder caught with the CBBT and around some of the coastal wrecks being …

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Weekly Virginia Sport Fishing Rundown

Dominant northerly winds continue to cool water temperatures, encouraging the fishing trend to transition into the more fall-like patterns common for this time of year. Inshore, cobia are still around, but not for much longer. The cool weather pushing through this weekend will likely mark the end of most of the action, but a few …

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